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Mahjong helps students bridge culture gaps

Chang teaches students Mahjong from 2 to 4 p.m. every Friday at the Asian Culture Center. Originally from Taiwan, Chang is a transfer student from Green River Community College near Seattle, where she was the Mahjong Club’s president. She said she began teaching Mahjong at IU in fall 2010 and continued to instruct new students throughout the year.

Lara Nguyen, lecturer in fundamental studio in the Hope School of Fine Arts, discussed the descriptive and emotive qualities of line in drawings from the Freundlich Collection on Wednesday afternoon in the SOFA gallery.

Value of line discussed in lecture

Lara Nguyen, a fundamental drawing professor in the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, lectured Wednesday on the descriptive and emotive qualities of line in a new collection of drawings. The exhibition consisted of drawings from the August L. and L. Tommie Freundlich Collection, titled “The Great American Sketchbook.”

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IUDM

IUDM participants celebrate at the finale of the marathon early Sunday at the IU Tennis Center. They raised $1,801,207.20 as charity for the Riley Foundation.

Eve Ensler Carousel

Tony Award-winning playwright, author of The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler talks about her travels around the world and research on the emancipation of women at the IU Auditorium on Thursday night.

Eve Ensler

Tony Award-winning playwright, author of The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler talks about her travels around the world and research on the emancipation of women at the IU Auditorium on Thursday night.

Eve Ensler

Tony Award-winning playwright, author of The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler talks about her travels around the world and research on the emancipation of women at the IU Auditorium on Thursday night.

Eve Ensler

Tony Award-winning playwright, author of The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler talks about her travels around the world and research on the emancipation of women at the IU Auditorium on Thursday night.

Boston Walk CAROUSEL

Alpha Xi Delta and Phi Delta Theta members walk in heavy rain on Thursday night in support of the victims of the recent Boston Marathon blasts. The walk stretched from the Alpha Xi Delta house, along North Jordan and to Law Lane.

Boston Walk

Alpha Xi Delta and Phi Delta Theta members walk in heavy rain on Thursday night in support of the victims of the recent Boston Marathon blasts. The walk stretched from the Alpha Xi Delta house, along North Jordan and to Law Lane.

Marching Hundred

Indiana University's Marching Hundred performed for fans in the stands at Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

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